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A.S. Internal Vice Presidential Candidate Forum: Sandhu vs. Silva

Setting into motion the Associated Students (A.S.) Elections, candidates for the internal vice president position took the stage Monday morning in the Hub to discuss qualifications, senator training a...
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A.S. Presidential Debate: Le vs. Nemeh

Candidates for Associated Students (A.S.) president faced off Monday over college affordability, campus climate and representation of marginalized communities.
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Campus United Candidate Out of Race for A.S. Senate

Kevin Sabellico, a first-year physics major, said he is suspending his campaign for on-campus senator to “focus on [his] academics and [his] application for UC Student Regent, among other things.”
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A.S. Senate Passes Conference Budget Cap in Effort to Reduce Student Fees

Associated Students (A.S.) Senate passed a bylaw on Wednesday aimed at decreasing student fees by capping the amount that student groups spend on off-campus conferences.
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Senate Meeting Focuses on Displaced Students, Deltopia

Associated Students (A.S.) Senate passed three resolutions Wednesday concerning students displaced by Del Playa cliff erosion, the Isla Vista festival ordinance and Deltopia advertisements.
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A.S. Aims to Lower Student Fees

Associated Students is currently considering two referendums and a bylaw change aimed at decreasing student fees, which currently total $200.22 per student each quarter.
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New Party Emerges for A.S. Elections

The Isla Vista Party marks the fifth new party to emerge in the past two years.
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A.S. Passes Resolution to Aid Syrian Students

The A.S. Senate voted to pass a resolution Wednesday that will allocate UCSB admission and scholarships to Syrian refugee students currently displaced from their home universities.
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Senate Passes Resolution To Preserve El Centro Building

The Associated Students Senate passed a resolution to preserve the El Centro Arnulfo Casillas Activity Room Wednesday following concerns that the historic building would be demolished in 45 days.
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Position Vacancies the Focus of Wednesday’s Senate Meeting

A.S. Senate is aiming to create a more organized process for filling vacancies.
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A.S. Legal Code Revised to Include Non-Binary Pronouns

The new bill is the second piece of legislation to promote inclusivity at UCSB, the other being the use of students’ preferred names on ACCESS cards.
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Remaining Senators Sworn In at First Senate

Associated Students Senators began their time in office at the first Senate of the year on Wednesday after a delayed start for the new government in spring 2016.
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Bills Approved for Timely Bribery Investigation

After allegations arose that the Inter-Fraternity Council (IFC) bribed students to vote, the UCSB Audit and Advisory Department has launched an investigation into the claims.
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A.S., Students Address Bribery Allegations Made Against IFC

Students filled A.S. Senate’s meeting on Wednesday amid allegations of bribery levied against the Inter-Fraternity Council.
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Campus United Emerges Dominant in Associated Students Election

For the first time in over five years, UCSB students saw three new political parties emerge to compete for positions in the Associated Students election.
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